About Brett Waterman
As stated in an interview prior to the release of the second season of “Restored”, he wished to buy a dairy near the family’s farm and restore it, “It really stuck with me and that was where my passion for preservation really began.”
Preservationist Brett Waterman is a master of restoration work – his aim is to bring new life to historic homes of all architectural styles. As argued on his DIY Network’s biography “Brett says he has a deep appreciation for architecture and landscape and prefers to take a holistic approach to restoration”. One of his first known jobs was the restoration of the O’Melveny House in Los Angeles before David Arquette purchased it in September 2014.
In The Los Angeles Times, he is described as “an entrepreneur who likes old houses” – the news site expresses that “He performed a massive refurbishing” in which the removed bricks were “reversed and put back in place” to show the more preserved side while enhancing its look. He rose to fame was after he uniquely transformed historic homes into modern houses – this gave him a chance to showcase his talent on DIY Network’s “Restored”. Since then, Brett Waterman’s career has been flourishing.
His first appearance as the host of the popular DIY Network reality TV series “Restored” was in January 2017. In each hour episode, he focuses on homes with fascinating stories and unknown potential, which has been hidden beneath poor renovation, ugly additions, and just neglect. ‘Restored’ has presented more than 30 projects in which Brett shows his talent and enthusiasm for his job.
In addition, he made an appearance in the “Brother Vs. Brother” show aired on HGTV as a guest judge. He appeared on an episode of “Property Brothers at Home”. A year later, Waterman restored an engaged couple’s neoclassical Victorian Home and also appeared in the “Home & Family Talk Show”.
can be found on social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and
Instagram where he has a massive number of followers. His
Instagram account is the place where updated information about the host
can be accessed, as he frequently uploads posts regarding his work and
some pieces of his personal life. He also has fan pages on Twitter and
It really stuck with me and that was where my passion for preservation really began.
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